Heat-n-Bond Ultra Hold Iron-On Adhesive - 5 yds. x 17" - White

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Interlining & Interfacing for every need.

Therm-O-Web HeatnBond Ultra Hold is a roll of paper backed, iron-on, no sew, double-sided adhesive for bonding fabric without the need for pinning. It is stronger than traditional fusible webs. The solid sheet adhesive means edge to edge coverage for appliqué shapes on quilts, wall hangings and attire without puckering or bunching. Draw or print directly on the paper backing to easily design appliqué pieces. Available in a variety of sizes.


  • Heat activated
  • Permanent
  • Double-sided adhesive
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Product Specifications

Brand: Heat N Bond
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 5 yds. L x 17" W
Material: Paper Backed Adhesive
Additional Information:
I'm trying to patch/reinforce the inseam area of jeans...you know that difficult to patch area that wears out on your favorite jeans! I'm thinking fusible interfacing alone would be uncomfortable and chafe the skin and thought maybe fusing a softer fabric on the inside might help. Would this be appropriate? I've never use is it so I don't know if it would be too stiff and unflexable once fused on. Is there something that would work better?
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You are hoping to fuse the softer fabric to the jeans using this product. While it may adhere your fabrics together, it most likely would be too stiff to allow the fabric to move properly, which could make the worn areas even more noticeable. It may be best to just patch the area with similar denim fabric by sewing rather than by fusing.
Lisa P.
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